Hausmann Quartet Reveals Haydn’s Newest Musical Colleagues: Agélica Negrón and Graźyna Bacewicz

By Ken Herman | March 1, 2021 |

Sunday’s online concert by the Hausmann Quartet offered two unusually rewarding compositions in addition to Haydn’s D Major Quartet, Op. 20, No.4: Graźyna Bacewicz’s String Quartet No. 4 from 1951 and Angélica Negrón’s “Marejada,” written just last year.

San Diego Symphony Offer’s Carlos Simon’s Searing “Elegy” from 2015 with Familiar Mozart and Tchaikovsky Fare

By Ken Herman | February 27, 2021 |

To open Friday’s online symphony concert “Elegies and Serenades,” San Diego Symphony Music Director Rafael Payare chose Carlos Simon’s striking 2015 “Elegy: A Cry from the Grave.”

La Jolla Music Society’s Educational and Community Outreach Thrives Online

By Ken Herman | February 23, 2021 |

With headliners such as Wynton Marsalis and the Joffrey Ballet on the La Jolla Music Society’s virtual marquee, the company’s community outreach and educational programs strive mightily for public attention. But the change to online education and outreach has opened encoouraging new possibilities for these programs.

San Diego Opera’s 2021 Spring Season Returns to the Pechanga Arena for a Drive-In ‘Barber of Seville’ and ‘One Amazing Night’ Concert

By Ken Herman | February 20, 2021 |

Thanks to the pandemic, it has been a full year since San Diego Opera has enjoyed the luxury of presenting opera at the San Diego Civic Theatre—or any other theater, for that matter. But David Bennett, the company’s creative General Director, has successfully created drive-in opera presentations that give the San Diego opera public live…

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